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The UK will still require the consent of the EU to enhance the EIS and VCT regimes or to extend their duration beyond April 2025, writes Andrew Harper (2 New Street Chambers). 

Several months into the post-Brexit world of GB/EU customs declarations, tariffs, VAT changes and trading under the Northern Ireland Protocol, what are proving the crunch points? This article provides checklist of actions to keep goods moving and mitigate the import taxes, including rethinking Incoterms to retain EU business. This includes the requirements tax and customs authorities are imposing or struggling with in both GB and Northern Ireland – from EORI numbers to failing IT systems. 

Alison Dickie and David Haworth (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) consider whether the Brexit deal paves the way for a low-tax and less regulated UK tax environment. 
The latest developments that matter, reviewed by Mike Lane and Zoe Andrews (Slaughter and May).
Timothy Lyons QC (39 Essex Chambers) provides some initial analysis of the UK/EU trade and cooperation agreement that will create a new world for customs and tax professionals.
Kevin Hall (Wright Hassall) and Punnit Vyas (Haines Watts) examine the new VAT rules for importing goods into GB from countries outside the UK and for online marketplaces.
Ashley Greenbank (Macfarlanes) explains the mechanism by which the Brexit legislation incorporates EU derived law into UK domestic law at the end of the transition period.
Recent tax developments that matter from around the globe, reported by Tim Sarson (KPMG).
George Peretz QC (Monckton Chambers) discusses the legal issues over the government’s decision to ask Parliament for express powers to breach international law.
After Brexit, the UK will operate its own system of trade remedies. George Peretz QC (Monckton Chambers) examines what’s proposed.